Anita Coronel, Kirstin Mennella and Analia Olgiati partner at BCG

06 January 2021 2 min. read

Global strategy consulting firm Boston Consulting Group has promoted three women to managing director and partner in the Netherlands.

Boston Consulting Group (BCG) has been active in the Netherlands since 1993, when the firm merged with a local strategic player to form its Dutch wing. Over the past nearly three decades, the consulting firm has established itself as one of the leading players in the country, working for Dutch multinationals and a variety of medium-size companies, institutions, and governmental organisations.

Per the 1st of January, BCG’s Dutch office has appointed Anita Coronel, Kirstin Mennella and Analia Olgiati to the role of managing director and partner. Coronel has been with the consultancy for nearly fifteen years and is part of the People & Organization and Industrial Goods practices.

Anita Coronel, Kirstin Mennella and Analia Olgiati partner at BCG

Mennella joined Boston Consulting Group in 2015 having previously served McKinsey & Company. She has relocated from BCG’s London office and is part of the Fashion & Luxury practice. Analia Olgiati has been with the firm since 2012, and is part of the Technology Advantage practice.

Commenting on the promotions, Mai-Britt Poulsen, who leads BCG's offices in UK and the Benelux, said: “We are very excited to welcome our newly promoted managing directors and partners to our Dutch partnership.”

In the Netherlands, BCG is active with several of its subsidiaries, including Boston Consulting Group (strategy consulting), BCG Gamma (advanced analytics) and BCG Platinion (IT implementation). Work delivered by BCG Inverto (supply chain and procurement consultancy), BCG Digital Ventures (incubation services) and BrightHouse (purpose consulting) is realised through teams from international offices.

In related news, BCG recently appointed nine new partners in its German and Austrian division.